The Richmond Register

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June 14, 2013

BOWLING: Cracraft leads the way at Galaxy

RICHMOND — Matt Cracraft bowled the best game and series for the men at Galaxy this week, while the highest women’s game and series were bowled by Narita Rose.

Details are included in the league highlights.

League highlights

Monday Night Summer

Matt Cracraft led this sanctioned league this week with a 279 game and 706 series. John Hickam rolled the next-best scores with a 247 game and 700 series.

A 600 series was bowled by Brandon Simpson (682), Andrew Magedanz (656), Bruce Watson (632), Tyler Magedanz (632), Lewis Jones Jr. (630), Todd Young (620), Mark Rogers (618), Zach Neikirk (618) and Neil Haggard (602).

Narita Rose led the league’s ladies with a 235 game and 657 series. Beverly Shearer rolled a 201 game and a 500 series was bowled by Miranda Reffitt (562) and Shearer (531).

Friday Doubles

John Hickam led this non-sanctioned league last week with a 257 game and 691 series, followed by Steve McKnight at 222 and 557.

The best women’s scores were a 138 game and 370 series by Beth Smith and a 118 game and 321 series by Sonia Smith.

Summer Cash Money

The high game (241) and series (629) in this league were bowled by Steve McKnight on Monday.

Ronnie Norris Sr. rolled the second-best game (237) and Russell Jones bowled the second-highest series (607).

Tuesday No-tap Doubles

Nine pins down with the first ball in a frame counts as a strike in no-tap leagues.

Ron Roberts led the members of this league with a 298 score in his first game. He nearly matched the no-tap 300 game he had bowled the previous week, but he left two pins with his 12th ball.

Gary Cromer bowled the high series for the night (746), and he rolled the second-best game for league members (279). Roberts recorded the second-highest series (729).

Substitute Randy Burgess bowled a no-tap 300 game.

Donna Fourre led the women in the league with a 269 game and 688 series. Pam Bennett rolled the second-best women’s game (250) and Novel Davis bowled the second-highest women’s series (642).

A 600 series was also bowled by Lynn Estes (686), Jim Collins (682), Gary Holtzclaw (673), Bill Bowles (673), Bobby Abrams (648), Jim Hisle (644), Todd Young (638), Beverly Shearer (618) and Russell Truesdale (602).

This 24-team league has reached the midpoint of the season with three teams tied for first place.

Hammer Time (Todd Young and Gary Cromer), Low Rollers (Kymmi and Bill Bowles) and MM & RR (Mary Mink and Ron Roberts) have identical records of 28 wins and 4 losses.

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